In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(friend/follower) fiel(follower/friend) leal(customer) fiel(principles/to one's ideals) ser fiel a algoto be loyal to sth — ser leal a algo
- he is loyal to his friends — es un amigo leal / fiel
- Here are a few proven ideas that will move you toward a more loyal customer base.
- People remember where they learn new information, and that builds a loyal following.
- He was a very loyal and nationalistic person, as well as being Iraq's best officer at that time.
- Doubtless it would sell its goods more cheaply to keep its customers loyal.
- Then imagine if those titles are remakes of classic fighting games that have extremely loyal followings.
- Many of his most loyal backers have now left the Commons and, at 65, his age is now an issue.
- They'll capture the attention of their loyal fanbase, without any effort.
- They are well-informed, ideologically sound and fanatically loyal to their parties.
- And watering down the whiskey isn't the best way to keep your customers loyal.
- The rest are mostly Afghan soldiers loyal to the interim government.
- Don't get me wrong, that's not meant as a criticism of those loyal fans who turned up to watch the game.
- Everyone complains about the state of education, and yet most people remain fiercely loyal to their local schools.
- In addition, users can attract and retain more loyal customers and reduce operating costs.
- A group of soldiers loyal to their warlord came over the hills, looking for a common criminal.
- He had been fiercely loyal to the king and had a promising future in the army.
- Go recruit soldiers loyal to me and my father's house; we need all the help we can get.
- Followers electing a king were also proclaiming themselves as his loyal supporters.
- Do you think we'd be able to take on soldiers loyal to a warlord?
- The eastern army were seasoned soldiers, loyal to the crown.
- He was the sort of person who was very loyal to his friends.
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